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Screenings

Saturday, 17. 08. 2019 / 17:00 / Main Hall

Kinobalon

From April 6 2019

1, 2, 3, Mury the Cat! 1, 2, 3, Maček Muri!

Boris Dolenc, Jernej Žmitek / Slovenia / 2018 / 33 min / Slovene / 3+

Screenings

Saturday, 17. 08. 2019 / 17:00 / Main Hall

Kinobalon

In the year 2013 somewhere on the sunny side of the Alps started a new animation series about Mury, a popular literary character. Stories of Mury the Cat, Missy and other inhabitants of the Cat City are very well known to young and old in Slovenia. The story is based on children's book first published in 1975 by renowned poet and writer Kajetan Kovič . Later the poetry was arranged into songs sang by Neca Falk. The book and the songs are still popular and there is no Slovenian child who wouldn't know how to sing a Mury song. 

programme (in Slovenian language)
Mury - Birthday
Mury - Going for a Walk
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